The Waltons

Season 7 Episode 19

The Attack

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Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Feb 15, 1979 on CBS
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The Attack
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Following Ike's stress-induced heart attack, the Waltons help run his store, even as Corabeth begs him to sell it.

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      • Opening Narration: For as long as we could remember, Ike Godsey's general merchandise store had been the social center of our community. Friendships were forged over loaves of bread. The place was a clearing-house for news, rumor, and often as not, gossip. Adventure in those days was having a nickel to spend and time to gaze into the candy counter for as long as we liked before making a selection. Little did we know then, how much that store and its occupants meant to us until one terrifying day in 1942.

      • Closing Narration: Because Elizabeth had proved herself so capable during Ike's absence she was hired to work in the store while Ike continued to recuperate under Corabeth's watchful eye. Ike Godsey lived for many years after his heart attack, and his deep commitment to his store became an example to all of us of courage and devotion, of victory of the human spirit. Ike's gone now, but the store is still there. It's become a landmark. How Ike would have loved that! Goodnight, Mr. Godsey!

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